Editing Alliance magazine

8 April 2016

I am delighted to be appointed executive editor of Alliance magazine.

Alliance is a leading source of insight, news and analysis of philanthropy around the world and it’s a privilege to assume this new challenge after over a decade in the philanthropy sector in grantmaking, research and teaching roles. The text of the announcement is below. I look forward to working with you – and perhaps writing about your work – in the coming months and years.

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Charles Keidan appointed executive editor of Alliance magazine

Charles Keidan has been appointed executive editor of Alliance magazine, the Board of Trustees of Alliance Publishing Trust has announced. He joins the organisation with over a decade of experience in philanthropy having previously worked as executive director of the Pears Foundation and more recently the Oxford Centre for the Study of Philanthropy, as well as holding teaching and research positions at Stanford University and City University London.

John R. Healy, Chair of Alliance Publishing Trust said:

‘The Board of Trustees are delighted that Charles has accepted our offer. He is a deep thinker about philanthropy and is ideally placed to develop Alliance and expand its reach.’

Speaking of his appointment, Charles Keidan said:

‘Alliance is an invaluable source of insight, news and analysis of philanthropy across the globe. It is a privilege to be given the opportunity to edit Alliance and I look forward to working with the Alliance community to build on the foundations laid by long-standing former editor, Caroline Hartnell.’

Charles can be contacted at charles@alliancemagazine.org and @charleskeidan

See more at www.alliancemagzine.org

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